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Ice Cube sees through the left-wing con -- almost

Larry Elder on

Rapper/actor Ice Cube is on the brink of understanding the left-wing con! He appears on the verge of understanding the fake product that the Democrats and the media have been peddling: that America remains guilty of "systemic racism."

In a video Cube posted on social media, he wondered what Blacks are getting in return for their virtually unquestioned loyalty to the Democratic Party. In explaining why he recently met with Democrats and Republicans, Cube tweeted: "Every side is the Darkside for us here in America. They're all the same until something changes for us. They all lie and they all cheat but we can't afford not to negotiate with whoever is in power or our condition in this country will never change. Our justice is bipartisan."

I sent him a series of tweets to assist him in his journey of political discovery:

Dear Ice Cube,

Urge Blacks to follow your lead and that of your parents! You were raised by two parents and were voluntarily bused to a better school rather than attending the nearby inferior public school. Like your parents, you raised your own kids in a nuclear intact family.

Democrats' policies hurt Blacks. Welfare causes fatherlessness. Unskilled illegals compete with unskilled Blacks for jobs. Democrats oppose school choice. For votes, Democrats play the race card to keep Blacks angry. IT'S A ... SCAM!

 

The No. 1 problem in the Black community is that 70% of Black kids are born without the father married to their mom. Barack Obama said kids growing up without a father are five times more likely to live in poverty, nine times more likely to drop out of school and 20 times more likely to send up in prison. Blame government welfare.

"There's no more important ingredient for success, nothing that would be more important for us reducing violence than strong, stable families -- which means we should do more to promote marriage and encourage fatherhood." -Barack Obama, Feb. 15, 2013.

"I know for a fact that had I had a father, I'd have some discipline ... more confidence. Your mother cannot calm you down the way a man can ... can't reassure you the way a man can ... You need a man to teach you how to be a man." --Tupac Shakur.

"Don't blame the system (for Black incarceration). It starts at the home. It starts at home. ... It starts with how you raise your children. If a young man doesn't have a father figure, he'll go find a father figure." -- Denzel Washington, Nov., 2017.

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